August 10, 2010 Subject:
Mr. Terry Cloonan
I've been speaking with Mr. Terry Cloonan for about a year now and everytime I speak to him learn something new. He has been a magnificent resourse and a pleasant person to interact with. His presentation is top shelf as expected. More than anything Terry's support has reinstilled to me that we're all in this together and should be working together. Thanks, Terry keep up the good work.
March 29, 2010 Subject:
Mr. Cloonan provides excellent technical and practical information for first responders and program managers. Keep up the excellent work. Looking forward to your next presentation.
Very thorough briefing. Fairly easy for a non-technical person to understand. Will no doubt be useful to emergency response sector. More pix=5 stars!
March 26, 2010 Subject:
Mr. Cloonan's presentation is packed full of information that can't be found elsewhere. It will be a huge help to responder organizations everywhere. Keep up the good work!
March 24, 2010 Subject:
Mr Cloonan is a consummate professional and an expert in the CBRN field. His presentation was excellent, however it was apparent that He needed more time to present such a technical issue.
March 17, 2010 Subject:
PPE Program Mgr Input
Outstanding overview of the approval process and the dynamics associated with it.
March 11, 2010 Subject:
CBRN Protection as a Deterrent
Legacy respirator technology for emergency responders has been enhanced by the addition of novel chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) protections offered by NIOSH/CDC/DHHS. This very development has created a higher state of occupational safety readiness for state and local public workers tasked with responding to acts of CBRN terrorism or vigilante rage. Without this increased readiness capability, responders would be more susceptible to the respiratory effects of toxic industrial chemicals and chemical warfare agents released by enemies of the state. CBRN protections offered by a NIOSH approval holder to a user increase the level of user's breathing zone protection proportionate to the level of training proficiency and physical fitness inherent in the tactical wearer. This presentation addresses the current state of CBRN approvals, interpretations of those CBRN approvals via field observations, and offers user solutions based on precedence established by OSHA and NIOSH science and best practices.